Kansas Trophy Hunting Tract
National Land Realty is proud to present this one-of-a-kind sportsman’s paradise consisting of over 1400 continuous acres of some of the best wildlife habitat in the state of Kansas. Located in southern Anderson County near the town of Kincaid, this hunting mecca is made up of all the components needed to attract, grow, hold, and manage world-class whitetails year after year. This farm is comprised of an ideal mixture of tillable ground, elevated and rolling ridges, thick timber, open fields, numerous ponds and creeks, dense pockets of cedars and brush, thick grasses, and creek-bottom hardwoods to satisfy any serious outdoorsman’s needs for a high-caliber property. Several acres of open pockets, pasture, and hay ground provide endless options and locations for a premier food plot program this property deserves. This farm is also loaded with turkeys (Eastern's & Rio/Eastern Hybribs) and offers the habitat to support a healthy population of quail. The 7 stocked spring-fed ponds not only offer productive fishing holes but also great waterfowl habitat for some added hunting opportunities. The layout of the farm offers an extremely secluded feel yet has many access roads, trails, and gates to make it easy to get in and around by pickup, ATV, or tractor. With two water meters already on-site and electricity available, this farm also offers some beautiful locations with incredible views for a dream home or scenic hunting lodge. This truly is a rare opportunity to own and manage a large tract in an area of Kansas well-known for giant whitetails. Contact Shea Miller to request additional information or to schedule a private showing.
1414 +/- acres (1,050 +/- acres timber/brush, 171 acres pasture, 162 acres hay, 29 acres tillable, 2 acres ponds)
Located less than 1 hour from the Kansas City Metro and within 20 miles of Garnett, Iola, & Mound City and sits just 1 mile off HWY 31/59.
Income producing property with a grazing/hay lease, row-crop lease, and hunting lease in place with possibility of continuing each annual lease with the current tenants.
Open areas consists of a majority Class II & III silty loam soils with the opportunity to convert hay ground into tillable acres. The prime hay ground consists of a mixture of brome, fescue, and prairie hay that produces many large round bales each year.
A truly world-class hunting property with endless potential. The entire property is comprised of all the ingredients that create top-notch wildlife habitat including food sources, dense bedding/nesting cover, rolling topography, thermal cover, water sources, and thick timber.
A great stand of hardwood timber including a large amount of marketable walnut trees ready for harvest. Mast producing trees including many white, red, and black oaks as well as hickory and pecans are also scattered throughout.
A Forest Stand Improvement program by the Kansas Forest Service is currently in progress on the property and is approximately 2/3rds complete. The program consists of practices designed to produce better and higher quality stands of timber and to improve the quality of the current species in the timber stand.
Pockets of dense cedars and thick grasses paired with the north and south facing slopes devise incredible bedding and nesting cover for wildlife at all times of the year.
7 spring-fed and stocked ponds, some in excess of 1 acre, are scattered around the farm which provide year-round water sources for wildlife and livestock as well as fishing and more recreational opportunities.
The rolling topography is made up of several ridges, draws, and bottoms that intertwine throughout the property that create many secluded travel corridors for wildlife. The topography paired with the many springs found on the property also create perfect locations for constructing new ponds or lakes.
The layout of the property and many open pockets and fields offer an abundance of prime locations for food plots with great access for equipment.
Located in an area of KS known for healthy populations of deer, turkeys, quail, and small game and in a county that has been proven to produce many of the state’s top scoring whitetail deer year after year. A small population of feral hogs are also in the area and create even more hunting opportunities.
An ideal tract for a new outfitter looking to establish a location for a lodge and outfit or a resident or local outfitter looking to add a phenomenal piece of land to their hunting tract portfolio.
A trail system has been cleared and maintained which makes it easy to access the ground by pickup, tractor, or ATV. County roads surrounding the property also make for ease of access to most portions of the farm.
Perimeter and cross-fencing is found on most of the farm and is made up of 4 and 5 strand barbed-wire and several well-equipped gates are located around the property and stay locked year-round.
Two water meters are currently in place on the property and electricity is available and creates opportunity for many rural homesite or hunting lodge locations.
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